Eight International Fellowships in Metabolismat CBMR, University of Copenhagen May 12, 2023, 06:44:00 AM Eight International Fellowships in MetabolismNovo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic ResearchUniversity of CopenhagenThe University of Copenhagen seeks 3 PhD students and 5 Postdoc fellows to commence on January 1, 2024, at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research (CBMR).The PhD student and Postdoc fellowships are part of the CBMR International PhD & Postdoc Program.Job descriptionThe fellowships are aimed at early-career researchers with a basic science background or clinicians who aspire to a career in academia. We are particularly interested in candidates who are familiar with integrative research approaches within the broad area of basic cardiometabolic research with an application towards human pathophysiology.CBMR’s mission is to lead collaborative interdisciplinary research from single-cell genomics to whole-body systems, transforming the basic understanding of cardiometabolic health, and accelerating its translation into prevention and treatment strategies. For more information about CBMR, please visit our website.Research projects open for applicationsThe eight research projects and their corresponding Principal Investigators are listed below. More information about each of the positions and how to apply can be found at CBMR International PhD & Postdoc Program – University of Copenhagen (ku.dk)PhD projects1. Principal Investigator Associate Professor Atul S. Deshmukh“Identification and Characterization of In Vivo Secreted Adipokines in Health and Disease”2. Principal Investigator Professor Kei Sakamoto“Regulation of the Salt-Inducible Kinases in Control of Hepatic Gluconeogenesis”3. Principal Investigator Associate Professor Karin Tybjerg“Technology Platforms as Interdisciplinary and Epistemic Hubs”Postdoc projects1. Principal Investigator Professor Ken Arnold“Practicing Participation: Stakeholder Engagement Processes across International Museums”2. Principal Investigator Associate Professor Thomas Frimurer“GPR39 Agonists for the Treatment of Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes and NAFLD”3. Principal Investigator Associate Professor Marta Guasch-Ferré“INTEROMICS: Integration of Dietary and Lifestyle Factors with -Omics Data for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease”4. Principal Investigator Associate Professor Jordi Merino“A Single-Cell Perspective to the “Common Soil” Hypothesis for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease”5. Principal Investigator Professor Thomas Moritz“In Vivo Labeling Combined with Tissue-Specific Metabolic Flux Analysis and Interconnected Metabolic Modeling”QuestionsQuestions regarding the CBMR International PhD & Postdoc Program can be directed to email@example.com.International applicants can find more information on the International Staff Mobility webpage. ApplicationThis advert is an extract and cannot be used as the basis for an application. The full text for each of the eight research projects, as well as a link to the application system, are available at CBMR International PhD & Postdoc Program.The deadline for applications is June 18, 2023.